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Anecdotally, I've had fantastic success with bulk, used LEGO, which is typically sold by weight on eBay et al. This is much more economical than buying new and tends to come in a more practical variety than kits if it's from an individual (rather than a larger re-seller). If it's from an individual, remember that somebody loved that LEGO, so be excited, kind,...


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You can buy individual bricks in any quantity you want on the Lego.com website using pick-a-brick. There are about 1400 bricks to choose from in that system. You buy just the bricks you want and nothing you don't. If you feel like you need 500 pink 2x4 bricks you can order that. Its usually somewhere around 10 cents each for the smaller bricks. https://...


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While I really agree with Nathan's take on this, I'd like to point out another option. Why not just get a bucket of bricks like the 10698: Large Creative Brick Box? You even get a decent container to keep your collection of LEGO in: Another view: There aren't many instructions to get in your way. You get parts in a variety of colors. If you want more ...


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While nearly all sets these days to include a certain number of parts that you may be referring to as "fluff", the Classic line has the highest ratio of more typical bricks and plates that you may be used to and has a number of sets at quite a few price points that may be useful to you and are available both direct from LEGO and from many retailers....


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Find a teenager you already know who will spread the word that you will trade old, boring Lego collections for new, shiny video game cash. Their parents will HATE you.


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Generally speaking, for bulk bricks the best place is eBay. For greater selection (probably what you need for largish pieces), Facebook marketplace Craigslist Brick-and-mortar stores like https://bricksandminifigs.com/ For individual pieces, Pick-A-Brick or Bricklink. Also for several months now, Costco has been selling a 1500-piece Creator box for ~$40 ...


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It's common for these sellers to be drop-shippers, using BrickLink stores as their fulfillment provider. All other comments apply.


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